Valorant’s “Vanguard” anti-cheat system has been responsible for controversy and melted PCs, but we now have tangible evidence that it’s also doing its job of booting cheaters. Last night, Riot announced that nearly 9,000 cheaters have been removed from the tactical shooter’s closed beta.
People love their Switches. Some people love them so much they want to break them open and make them do things they’re not supposed to. That means Nintendo has to respond. The back-and-forth between Nintendo and hackers reached fever pitch this week.
Mario Maker’s last content update dropped over a year ago, but hardcore fans aren’t ready to let go yet. Instead, some of the community introduces new features through glitches, though Nintendo doesn’t seem to be a fan of the practice.